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No brain, no gain.
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12-28-2012, 11:23 AM #185
And please save the video....theres already enough skinny bit$hes on youtube trying to act like they know what they are doing.
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I think I will stick to my diet and routine!
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12-28-2012, 11:53 AM #190
You know when people start calling you out in threads that you haven't posted in, that you got 'em.
Also I never gave advice just asked you (and am still asking) for the vid of your claimed 205 press. That's all. I even offered reps.
Edit: Dang he got banned again.
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12-28-2012, 12:39 PM #191
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12-29-2012, 02:22 AM #194
and you got behind the scenes too !!!
i'm the guy who looks to the camera and the same guy who did the muscle ups and who did the human flag
that's me ... what you gonna say
you have the pics and you have the clip ............ is it the same person ?? my avi is fake ?? lol
by the way ... **** you my phone crashed while i'm doing some ****ing **** to prove to you what it's alredy proved
just tell me that it's not me in the clip ..... pathetic
i don't want to hear another word about my avi is fake !!
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12-29-2012, 05:19 AM #199
12-29-2012, 06:00 AM #200
Y'all are skinny phuckers, that's for sure. Damn, I thought I had it bad, before I started lifting...*
To each his or her own of course. But I'll just take being able to do all that (and some bodyweight stuff that's more demanding), plus repping out 192.5kg on deads, just for one recent example. Not a staggering amount, I know, but okay for an intermediate lifter. And, ahem, that is one of my stronger lifts, heh.
Anyway, what it comes down to is, why limit yourself to JUST bodyweight, when you can use that PLUS extra resistance, whenever you want or need to?
It's about optimal training, versus suboptimal training. Pick one!
* Still doing my best to gain even more weight, without gaining extra fat, I'll admit. :/ A super-lean 100kg would be a great start.
12-29-2012, 06:07 AM #201
this cycle i'm going for 370lb on deads and then a few singles at 380lbs and 405lbs. But I also can do 20 dead hang pullups, 100 crunches in 2 minutes and run a sub 20 minutes THREE mile time(which according to my age group is 1st class fitness for the US Marines) all at being 30 pounds heavier than these skinny dudes.
like Mikie said...why limit yourself?Retired Marine
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